With this installation model, some of the components required to run the GameBench platform are deployed to different servers.
The GameBench platform is composed of:
- User control
Of these, in clustered set-ups, the following would be split out:
- Docker 1.12+
- Docker Compose 1.6.0+
- Credentials for our private Docker registry
- A valid GameBench enterprise license
- Only ports 80, 443 and the port you select for the backend should be externally accessible
Log into the GameBench Docker registry
You’ll need your credentials for our Docker registry supplied to you by your account representative. Please get in touch with firstname.lastname@example.org if you are unable to log in and we’ll be happy to assist.
If you have been provided with quay.io credentials:
docker login -u <username> quay.io
Alternatively if you have docker.gamebench.net credentials:
docker login -u <username> docker.gamebench.net
Please note that docker.gamebench.net is deprecated and will be unavailable from 27/08/2019.
curl -L -s --output gbserver.sh https://downloads.gamebench.net/gbserver.sh/latest chmod +x gbserver.sh curl -L -s --output gbctl https://downloads.gamebench.net/gbctl/latest chmod +x gbctl
During the running of the following command, you’ll be prompted to choose whether Elasticsearch, Postgres, Redis or the MTA are running externally. Entering “yes” will result in further prompts for the connection details.
Please ensure you take frequent backups.
Migrating from a legacy installation
Please contact us if you need to migrate from a legacy (non-Docker) installation.